California progressive, railroad commissioner, and attorney: Max Thelen
: Recollections of his law career in San Francisco; the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League in Berkeley; his work on the California State Railroad Commission (1911-1918); Hiram W. Johnson's administration as governor of Calif.; work with the War Dept., 1918-1919, as surveyor of contracts and with the U.S. Railroad Administration (1919-1920); return to law practice in San Francisco.Collection Guide
: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number
: Phonotape 314:1 BRights
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